One of WWE's top stars, Sheamus, will be undergoing surgery to repair his torn labrum in his left shoulder. The surgery is expected to keep him out of action between four to six months. The injury was apparently sustained back at WWE's Money in the Bank pay per view but Sheamus has been working though it.
"I've never in my whole life had to have surgery, I've always worked through the pain." Sheamus told WWE.com. Sheamus has indeed been working despite the pain but after a specialized MRI doctors have determined he needs surgery to repair the tear. Doctors are hoping it will give him the best chance at a full recovery and a fully functioning shoulder.
He went on to tell WWE.com, "To say I'm devastated would be a serious understatement, but I'm determined to take this time to go home to Ireland to see my family, to see my friends, learn a different language, read a lot of books, and come back bigger, stronger and better than ever."
Sheamus also suffered an injury to his left thigh during his MITB match which was visible to everyone who saw him the following night on Monday Night Raw. There is no doubt that Sheamus is tough as hell and will be working 110% to be back as soon as possible. His surgery is scheduled for next week and we wish him the best as he tackles this next obstacle.
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